There’s a very good reason someone coined the term “quarter-life crisis.” Your late teens and early 20s are an exciting time, but can also be completely overwhelming and confusing.
You’re supposed to be moving into the “adulting” phase of life, but trying to figure out exactly what you want to be when you “grow up” is pretty intimidating and scary. How are you supposed to decide? Where do you even start? Why does it seem like everyone else has their life figured out already, while you’re still struggling? It’s not unusual to feel anxious and unsure about all the choices and decisions that lie ahead of you.
On top of it all, you may be tempted to compare yourself with others, or there may be people telling you what they think you should do with your life.
But the key to being happy, fulfilled, and successful isn’t about living someone else’s plan.
Instead, it’s about figuring out for yourself who you truly are, what you really want, and what you’re naturally good at and love to do.
I help young adults…
Uncover their strengths, interests, and passions.
Get clear about their educational and career aspirations and options.
Push past the anxiety and self-defeating thoughts that are holding them back.
Gain confidence and courage to make choices that feel good to them.
Develop solutions and an action plan for moving toward their goals.
Write their resume or LinkedIn Profile.
I provide career counseling for young adults to support them in revealing their strengths, building their self-confidence, reducing anxiety and self-doubt, finding their voice, and discovering a path that speaks true to who they are.
I look forward to hearing from you. Please call (207) 494-4040 or click the link below to request an appointment.